1988 Saab 900 Turbo Convertible, Complete Or Take What You Want on 2040-parts.com
London, Kentucky, US
You are bidding on a 1988 Saab 900 Turbo convertible for parts. Ran last year. 178K. Engine and transmission were in good working condition and I was planning on fixing the car up. Too many other things have got in the way and I don't have the title. Should start with a fresh battery, but I can't guarantee that. The heat shield for the battery is missing and the current battery is melted, because it is so close to the exhaust. The top is ok, but does have one patched place. Water does get in it during a heavy rain, not sure where and how. Very complete and excellent for parts!!!
Winning bidder can take the whole car or just come get the parts you want and leave the rest.
Buyer is responsible for all shipping. Easy to load at its current location. I can store the car for up to 30 days after it is paid for to give you time to make shipping arrangements.
Please feel free to email or call Mark at 606-524-1540.
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